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Fighting on the Rapidan. full particulars of Friday's fight — capture of an Ordnance train — capture of a train of cars by Mosby — the two armies in line of battle. [from our own correspondent.] Army of Northern Virginia. Near Orange C. H., Nov. 27, 1863. There was cannonading for several hours yesterday in t
ng on his way to the army to resume command of his corps, much improved, I am glad to hear, in health.
Gordonsville, Va., Sunday, Nov. 29--1 P. M.
Major Mosby and his hand came upon the rear of Meade's wagon train, near Brandy Station, just before daylight Friday morning, capturing one hundred and twelve mules and twendred and twelve mules and twenty prisoners. --They also destroyed between thirty and forty wagons, and came very near capturing Gen. French, of the Yankee army.
Mosby's men report the line of the Orange Railroad abandoned, and think Meade will go to Fredericksburg if defeated.
The mules captured are all of the finest kind.